What a great article, I remember visiting a girlfriend at her apartment and Reggie was out at the pool working on a belt, and his last match I saw at the TCC against Cowboy Bob Orten, Randy's father. Great memories of wrestlers I knew in Amarillo that wore Reggie's belts.
You forgot to mention bowling centers which offer air conditioning, food, drink and fun!!
You forgot to mention bowling centers which have air conditioning, food, drink and fun.
Fuhhhh, this is my current landlord. I knew he was crazy when I talked to him, now there's just proof. I hope he doesn't try to pull these stunts when I move out.
Very, very, very, very rare that a trojan, virus or other malware would download child pornography. I have done many cases and have never once seen this nor heard of it happening in any computer forensic circle I am associated with. Could it happen? Yes. Is it likely? No. To the greater point, I do think we have to be very careful in prosecuting these cases. I have seen some parents suddenly get pissed about the guy their minor daughter is dating, they know he is 18, 19, 20 and find out their daughter sent him a nude photo.....then the guy gets busted and charged with child pornography and labeled as a sex offender for the rest of his life. This is absurd and it ruins people's lives. We should be ashamed that we allow such things to happen and we should demand our legislators change these laws. Much more discretion is needed by judges so that they can identify something like this and make sure the right thing is done and not some arbitrary mandatory sentence applied. We also need to keep an eye on rogue prosecutors that want to make a name for themselves and run for political office. This goes beyond CP cases.
I am actually a "sunbird" opposite of a snowbird. My husband and I stay in Tucson for about 3 weeks in June on property we own. After cold, snowy, icy weather in the northern plain states and wind-chills below zero during the winter months we thrive in the summer heat of Tucson. Can't wait to get there next week.
Then was was 1960 so dang hot?
The hottest day of 1960 was June 19, with a high temperature of 107°F. For reference, on that day the average high temperature is 101°F and the high temperature exceeds 106°F only one day in ten. The hottest month of 1960 was June with an average daily high temperature of 99°F.
Relative to the average, the hottest day was April 10. The high temperature that day was 93°F, compared to the average of 80°F, a difference of 13°F. In relative terms the warmest month was March, with an average high temperature of 76°F, compared to an typical value of 74°F.
The longest warm spell was from December 17 to December 29, constituting 13 consecutive days with warmer than average high temperatures. The month of September had the largest fraction of warmer than average days with 70% days with higher than average high temperatures.
Never forget that when Columbus wanted to sail around the world, the best and brightest scientists told him it would never work. The earth was flat, they said.
True. And water in the Santa Cruz. My mom said that even when there wasn't water flowing, when she was a kid, she'd dig a little bit in the wash and there would be water.
tucson was probably just a little cooler back in the '50s, just due to less paved surfaces, and less heat island effects.
Actually, just because a golf course is equipped to use reclaimed water, this does not mean that the supply of reclaimed water matches demand. Most summer months most golf courses need supplemental supplies.
I am a Solar Sales Representative . My opinions will be bias , I promise. I don't like APS .
I don't like many of the power companies throughout the nation . I first worked in California side by side the giant "PG&E" and let me tell ya , "APS" makes them look like saints. The thing that really ticks me off with APS is how deceptive they are with their rate plans and charges. Don't use power between noon- 7pm , are you kidding me ? they charge nearly 5 times the price "on peak hours" as they do "off peak hours". Also , the 15 other charges besides the KWH s that I pay on my bill . I just moved to Arizona so I'm experiencing first hand the wrath of APS. Yes I'm here to stay for the long run . There is an energy revolution Happening right now as we speak , and I will be the guy that looks back and is able to say I was apart of that movement. The movement that ended many greedy monopolies and ultimately made the world environmentally and economically a better place for all of us.
I still cannot believe this happened to her. I was in PCSO with Pamela. She came in the same night I did. I remember I had been in holding I don't know how long since the flouresent lights are on, and no one will tell you what time it is. It was my first time in jail. I ended up spending a month in there for a traffic ticket. I have extreme anxiety/depression. And I'm still to this day so thankful that she was there for me. Like a mother bird kind of. I was having panic attacks, then she came in (and saved me from myself). When you have anxiety it's a feeling of imminent doom. She made an impression on me, and my anxiety. Like she saved my life. For that next month (we didn't know how long we were going to be in there), we helped each other. She taught me the glory of meditation. And I would not have been well in there without her. I still practice mediation. She did not deserve any of this. Thank you Pamela for taking careof me! -Ashley.A
"Oro Valley delivers reclaimed water to 5 golf courses in their service area"
Sorry, your Republican golf courses screed doesn't hold water (no pun intended).
The CITY golf course use exclusively reclaimed water...it's the privatized (republican) courses that are robbing the Commons...
It's very interesting though that the article didn't comment on the fact that producing the energy to run desalination plants will contribute to the climate change caused by global warming caused by burning fossil fuels to make electricity that is giving us hotter spring/summer/falls and decreasing the usable rain/snow fall that produces the flow in the Colorado...
Fact it, the Greater Southwest deserts will be all but uninhabitable by 2060...!
Sorry, wrong on the golf courses, only 18 of 35 in eastern Pima County use reclaimed. Detailed information here: http://www.tucsonaz.gov/water/faqs_on_recl…
I believe every golf course in Tucson uses reclaimed water.
I have an idea, let's pass an immigration reform bill that doubles legal immigration so our population will grow to half a billion by mid-century. Meanwhile, all you current Tucsonans, please sacrifice and conserve so we have enough water for our new residents.
I wonder how much goes to Tucson's Golf courses.
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